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Open House with Jeffrey Dell at P.R.I.N.T

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Thursday, April 6, 2017 from 4 P.M. to 7 P.M. at P.R.I.N.T Press


This Open House will feature a demo and live, interactive printing for attendees. Jeffrey Dell will present new work, featuring a laser-cut woodblock printed in multiple colors on layers of translucent paper.

A renowned artist, Jeffrey Dell has shown work in Italy, Germany, Philadelphia, and New York. He regularly exhibits at Art Palace Gallery in Houston and at Galleri Urbane in Dallas and Marfa. Recently, his work has featured in Art in Print, New American Painting, and on blogs such as Printeresting. His work has been exhibited at The Print Center in Philadelphia and the International Print Center New York. Currently the head of Printmaking at Texas State University, Mr. Dell served as a Fellow at the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica in Venice, Italy, and he has also taught in with summer programs with Indiana University, Pratt Institute, and the University of Iowa.

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Free and open to the public. Click here for location and parking information.

This project is made possible with the support of the Greater Denton Arts Council, the Texas Commission on the Arts, the National Endowment for the Arts, College of Visual Art & Design Gallery Visiting Artist and Scholar Series, and the Department of Studio Printmaking program.

Linda Ridgway and Katherine Brimberry in Progress

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In 2016 P.R.I.N.T welcomed Visiting Artist Linda Ridgway and Master Printer Katherine Brimberry, who worked with one another and with students to produce a series of monoprints and etchings. The editions are in progress.

Trained as a printmaker, Linda Ridgway creates bronze wall reliefs that convey autobiographical and cultural imagery. Ridgway’s work spans the themes of femininity, tradition, and heritage while establishing their own permanence through the age-old medium of bronze. She holds an MFA from Tulane University and a BFA from Louisville School of Art.

Katherine Brimberry is Owner, Director, and Senior Master Printer of Flatbed Press in Austin, Texas. Co-founded with Mark L. Smith in 1989 with the mission to collaborate and produce limited editions with artists, Flatbed Press grew to include exhibitions and technical workshops. In 2012, Brimberry became sole owner and director of Flatbed Press and Galleries.

Made possible by CVAD's Gallery Visiting Artist and Scholar Series; Department of Art Education and Art History; Department of Design Core Design; and the Department of Studio Core Drawing, Drawing and Painting, Printmaking, and Sculpture programs. Also made possible by Flatbed Press.

Susan Goethel Campbell Published by P.R.I.N.T and featured in Art in Print

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Susan Goethel Campbell was the 2015 visiting artist for the Second Annual Printmakers Subscription Program.

During her residency Susan worked with Printmaking students to produce a fine art limited-edition woodblock print with perforations titled Aerial: Other Cities #9.

Aerial: Other Cities #9 won the Prix de Print and was featured on the cover of a 2017 issue of Art in Print.

Aerial: Other Cities #9 is available through the Subscription Program at P.R.I.N.T Press.

Made possible by Subscription Members, UNT Art Galleries, CVAD's Gallery Visiting Artist and Scholar Series, and the Department of Studio Photography and Printmaking programs.

Sedrick Huckaby Published by P.R.I.N.T

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In 2015 P.R.I.N.T welcomed Sedrick Huckaby as an artist-in-residence.

During his residency Sedrick Huckaby worked with Master Printer Brian Garner and Printmaking students to produce a fine art limited-edition lithograph titled American Dad. He also mounted a solo exhibition at UNT ArtSpace Dallas.

American Dad is available for purchase from P.R.I.N.T Press.

Made possible by Art Education / Art History; CVAD's Gallery Visiting Artist and Scholar Series; Department of Studio Core Drawing and Printmaking programs; and Interdisciplinary Art and Design Studies (IADS).

Kiki Smith Published by P.R.I.N.T

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In 2013 and 2014 P.R.I.N.T welcomed internationally renowned sculptor and printmaker Kiki Smith as a year-long artist-in-residence of the Institute for the Advancement of the Arts.

Kiki Smith produced two suites of hand-pulled, limited edition fine art prints: Standing and Leap Year. The works are featured on our website and were showcased in her solo exhibition Seed at UNT Artspace Dallas.

Download a pdf copy of the catalogue here (6MB).

During her residency Kiki Smith worked with Printmaking students, Catherine Chauvin (Master Printer and former Director of P.R.I.N.T) and Lari Gibbons (Director and Professor).

Made possible by the Bowdown Family Foundation, CVAD Visiting Artist and Scholar Series, Institute for the Advancement of the Arts, Madison Partners, and the Patsy R. and Raymond D. Nasher Series in Contemporary Sculpture and Criticism.

Nicole Hand Published by P.R.I.N.T

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Nicole Hand was the inaugural artist of the annual Subscription Program, which supports residencies for emerging and renowned printmakers to publish works at P.R.I.N.T.

During her 2014 residency, Nicole worked with Printmaking students and faculty to produce a fine art limited-edition etching and lithograph titled Compressed Observance.

Compressed Observance is available through the Subscription Program.

Made possible by Subscription Members and the Department of Studio Core Drawing and Printmaking programs.

John Risseeuw Published by P.R.I.N.T

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John Risseeuw presented a solo exhibition Making Paper Mean Something at P.R.I.N.T.

During his 2013 residency John initiated a new piece with P.R.I.N.T staff and students, who printed the first seven layers; John completed the remaining four layers in Arizona.

Entitled Big Eyes, the print was finished in 2015 and is available for purchase from P.R.I.N.T Press.

Made possible by Department of Design Core Design / Core Talk, Department of Studio Fibers program, and the UNT Fine Arts Series.